This comprehensive and accessible Companion examines the life and writings of Edmund Burke, one of the eighteenth century's most influential thinkers.a#39;But the age of chivalry is gone, a#39; he famously complained; the era a#39;of sophisters, oeconomists, and calculators has succeededa#39; (WS, VIII: 127). The code of honour that Burke lamented was in many respects a competitive ethos: as Montesquieuanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Cambridge Companion to Edmund Burke|
|Author||:||David Dwan, Christopher Insole|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2012-10-22|